Brad Boetig

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    1. Boetig, Bradley. "On the Provision of Health Services and Protection of Health Workers in War: A Review of Leonard Rubenstein's Perilous Medicine." Military Medicine. April 2, 2022.
    2. Boetig, Bradley and Renner, Lorna. "Nutritional Diseases of Low- and Middle-Income Countries." Book Chapter. Field Guide to Global Health and Disaster Medicine. Elsevier. 2021.
    3. Boetig, Bradley J. “Recorded Lectures Mean Most Lecturers Won’t Be Needed.” Medium. July 8, 2020.
    4. Boetig, Bradley J. “All Boats are Beautiful.” Medium. June 13, 2020.
    5. Boetig, Bradley J. “The USU Global Health Distance Learning Program: An international educational consortium for global health engagement.” Military Medicine. Dec. 12, 2019.
    6. Boetig, Bradley J. “Bilateral Institutional Relationships: A New Mission for U.S. DOD Medical Capabilities in Support of Health Diplomacy.Military Medicine. July 2012. Vol. 177 Issue 7. P763.
    7. Avery, George and Boetig, Bradley J. “Medical and Public Health Civic Action Programs: Using Health Engagement as a Tool of Foreign Policy.” World Medical and Health Policy Journal. Vol 2. 2010. Issue 1.
    8. Baines, L., Boetig, B., Waller, S., and Jindal, RM. “Utilizing Distance Learning to Incorporate Global Mental Health Capacity Into Humanitarian and Post-Conflict Missions.” Military Medicine. March 2017. 182(3); 15009-1511.
    9. Boetig, Bradley J. “Interrelationship of Culture, Economics, and Security in Afghanistan.” Small Wars Journal. July 2009.